Dubai’s office space market transforms ahead of Expo 2020
Luxury serviced offices to benefit startups, entrepreneurs, SMEs and large companies
Office workspace provider Maple Leaf Business Center is taking steps to redefine the office space market in Dubai by launching affordable luxury serviced offices and co-working spaces that will be made available to startups, new age entrepreneurs, SMEs and large, medium, and small companies operating in the UAE.
The initiative benefits tenants and landlords by offering both parties considerable savings and bridging the demand-supply mismatch. The concept is expected to contribute towards a vibrant community for startups and will allow members exclusive access to networking community events.
Billionaire Office – which is the Maple Leaf Business Center’s model – is expected to become Dubai's fastest growing network of co-working spaces and serviced business centres.
Speaking about the concept, managing partner of Maple Leaf Business Center, Danish Sharif, said: “The prime requisite for a business is a dedicated space to allow business transaction and facilitate service to the clients. We offer the flexibility of using the office space at a prime business location in Dubai for only $136 (AED 500) per month.”
The co-working space model is still gathering steam in the office space industry in Dubai, industry analysis indicates. The concept has grown in the past two years in Dubai and is expected to hit double digits until 2030, cementing the emirate’s status as an international business, trade and commerce hub.
Half of the total working population in the UAE – consisting primarily of millennials – work remotely every week, with 50% doing so for at least three days a week, real estate firm Colliers International reports.
Maple Leaf Business Center features a total area of 13,000 square feet, including 50 luxury serviced offices, two meeting rooms and extensive co-working spaces; all fully furnished with ergonomic furniture. The office was inaugurated by the Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment, Government of India, Ramdas Athawale.